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aerodynamic

[‚e·rō·dī′nam·ik]
(fluid mechanics)
Pertaining to forces acting upon any solid or liquid body moving relative to a gas (especially air).
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Newton's aerodynamical problem consists in determining the minimum resistance profile of a body of revolution moving at constant speed in a rare medium of equally spaced particles that do not interact with each other.
Also on display will be the new Spinnbau aerodynamical web forming "Turbo-Card" and "Turbo-Unit.
The aerodynamical and mechanical effects of elongated tails in the scarlet-tufted malachite sunbird: measuring the cost of a handicap.
DID YOU EVER want to see what causes the engine in your car to knock" or what happens to the air flow over an airplane wing when it goes into an aerodynamical stall?